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Past Students and Their Projects

Melissa Belcher: University of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental Conservation (MSc,ECo  2012). – Design standards, criteria, and monitoring protocols for east coast fish passage restoration projects.

Abigail Franklin; University of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental Conservation (MSc,ECo  2008). – Evaluation of nature-like and technical fish passes for the passage of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) at two coastal streams in New England.

Jon Black; University of Massachusetts, Department of Natural Resources Conservation (MSc,ECo  2006). – Laboratory evaluation of an aquatic filter barrier (ABF) for the protection of early lifestages of fish.

Brian Eltz; University of Massachusetts, Department of Natural Resources Conservation (MSc,ECo  2005). – Downstream passage of migrating silver-phase American eel at a hydroelectric dam.

Leah Brown; University of Massachusetts, Department of Natural Resources Conservation (MSc,ECo  2004) – Characterizing the downstream migratory behavior of silver-phase American eels at a small hydroelectric facility.

Timothy Sullivan; University of Massachusetts, Department of Natural Resources Conservation (MSc,ECo  2003) – Evaluation of passage performance of the Turners Falls fishway complex for adult American shad. 

Theodore Castro-Santos; University of Massachusetts, Graduate Program in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology (Ph.D., OEB 2002) – Maximum swimming performance of adult migratory fishes: a synthesis of behavioral, biochemical, and kinematic data.

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